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Speedlinking – 23 August 2006

About Darren Rowse

Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

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  1. katiebird says:

    Great links — I got lost in More Minimal — I love that site. And I’ll be referring to the site redesign article when I get to work a little later. I’ve been needing to do something about our redirects and error pages and there explanation made perfect sense to me.

  2. katiebird says:

    I hate having a miss-spelled word sitting there for everyone to see. Please forgive me — I’ll get some coffee before I type another word.

  3. Retrospector says:

    Great timing on the links Darren. I’ve been going through brainstorming sessions each night for about a week to come up with a site layout I really like for a re-design. The More Minimal links helped point out that I like my simple layouts better than I’d expected, which happens to be the exact opposite of the busy news-journal-like layout with busy sides that I chose to start my blog with.

    @katiebird: I must still need coffee too, because I didn’t even notice your typo until you pointed it out. :)

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  1. [...] Problogger.net had some great links to articles from a blog called More Minimal.  The articles were entitled making your blog more readable and minimalism in blogging.  I was nodding my head as I read them.  A few days later I was having a discussion over drinks with my co-conspirators on the design of Beats Entropy and the subject of minimalism and reducing clutter came up again. [...]